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Mavic G40 C clincher rims CLB Professionel brakes Its in excellent condition with only light wear to all the components and a few small marks to the paint. Brian Walker was a superb and prolific illustrator who in the s and s wrote touring articles for Cycling and the CTC Gazette and illustrated with his own line drawings. He also did a series of line drawings for an early Jack Taylor catalogue which were exchanged for a Jack Taylor bike which we will shortly have for sale too. This bike is in excellent quite lightly used condition. It has a Huret Luxe long arm rear gear, Huret front derailleur and shifters, Mafac Racer brakes, Simplex wide ratio 3-arm chainrings, Milremo stem, Milremo large-flange hubs and Constrictor Asp rims. Reynolds Cantiflex tubing This Bates Vegrandis bicycle has been very nicely restored with very period green paintwork and chrome plating. It has been fitted with Durax double fluted cranks, a 2spd Sturmey Archer TF fixed gear, Solite front hub and Constrictor Asp rims, Resilion cantilever brakes and period handlebars with Chater-Lea stem. Their first attempts were quite crude but in they launched a new aluminium frame design which was in reality the French equivalent of the Italian Alan — I think they were built in reasonable numbers — I have seen quite a number on my continental travels and seem to have been supplied to a number of French shops for them to be labelled as their own. This bike is built with Stronglight chainset, Simplex gears and seatpost, 3TTT bars and stem and CLB brakes and is in excellent condition with no cracks or other problems… Rather unusual.

Patelli Road Frameset 44.5cm c-c

Colnago C60 Disc Fork: TBC C60 Disc Sloping Geometry While the pro peloton is just beginning to take tentative steps toward a possible inclusion of disc brakes for the season, Colnago – true to form – has already anticipated cycling’s future by perfecting road disc technology in the C60 Disc Road Frameset. Ernesto Colnago’s company was the first large-scale manufacturer to imagine the potential of carbon frames, and now his brand is also at the front of the disc brake revolution.

Product Description Colnago Super Frame from the late ’s. Columbus SL Tubing for frame and forks. Original paint and decals all in excellent condition. Recessed brake mounting and braze-on front derailleur. Some minor spots on the top tube, please see the .

We have opened the calendar for Cambridge Lightweight News, Edition More information on Fiamme sprint rims. Cambridge Lightweight News, Edition Some extra material by Geoff Waters added to this page Lightweight Extras: Information on Buckley Bros with a request for more information Classic Components: An updated version of Hugo Vanneck’s Component database is available Restoration: More on restoration of Harden hubs. A link to Mark Campbell’s comprehensive website for his collection of Legnano bicycles Classic Components: Allin Cycles , we have added text and images from Michael Oliver relating to his time riding for Allin.

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Road Bikes of the 2013 Tour de France

What could be cuter than a girl with a blinking butt! I got a lot of giggles riding it, I’ve even had people sing the wicked witch theme song while I was riding by. But, I don’t care, it’s such a fun bike. Haven’t been able to ride it for a while. Can’t wait to take it for a spin, as soon as my back and hips can handle it.

IC crown, club and “COLNAGO” on top of each side of crown. There were numerous contributions supporting this but again, an experienced member took the time to write “this is too early for the *Colnago* in the crown.

Here’s Eric Heiden at the Detroit Criterium on a bike with no decals. Blog reader Tom e-mailed me his take on Eric’s unmarked bike: I think Heiden’s unlabeled bike is a Ritchey. The seat stay treatment by the seat pin clamp is identical to an early Ritchey I owned. Quite similar to Eisentraut’s. Notice also the stem, which looks to be threadless. I know a guy from Palo Alto who rode junior Nats on the track pursuit and kilo on a Ritchey with the same stem type.

He added that the fork crown top was open, i. Saving weight in the70’s. I’ve seen pics of Heiden in kit riding a Gazelle. Regards, Tom –

1983 Rossin Record

She competed in the races of the time, in her home state of California, on this extraordinary 20 lb full Nuovo Record Campagnolo machine, riding tubular Fiamme rims laced to high flange Campagnolo Nuovo Record hubs. When she stopped racing, she swapped out the wheelset for a more useful clincher set with a wider gearing ratio, shown below.

Amazingly, it is still lovely and appears easily restorable to its original glory. Such a bike, if sold on eBay, would simply be stripped into its separate parts and re-sold at a profit, because it is now true that a complete bike is worth less than the sum of its parts. But, not for Tina.

Each team bike includes the rider’s name on the Colnago seatstays and a graphic commemorating the th Tour de France on the top tube, as well as the exclusive Europcar paint job.

Posted 10 August – Please can someone tell me more about this beauty I have just found Colnago Bititan. The double downtube was an attempt to make it stiff without adding weight. It is not as stiff as later frames, but it has a reputation for being a very comfortable bike to ride over long distances. The geometry is pretty racy but not too extreme. They never made many of them and the unusual design will always make people do a double take and start conversations wherever you go.

Yes, it is collectible and worth keeping and riding.

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Discussion of this nomination can be found on the talk page. March Learn how and when to remove this template message Until early , Colnago produced virtually all of their entire frameset range at their Cambiago factory, although persistent rumors of subcontracting out the more basic frames go all the way back to the s. Alan produced some aluminum frames for Colnago in the s, including single and dual downtube road and cyclocross models. Both received favorable reviews, although some thought the shift of manufacturing out of Italy was a matter of some regret.

Classic vintage steel bike frames plus a few aluminium & carbon ones. From brands like Bianchi, Eddy Merckx, Colnago, Hetchins, Raleigh, Motta, & Bob Jackson.

Quite a natural question to ask, especially if you are thinking about buying a C Its always a hard decision, especially when there is a new kid on the block! So, I have decided to write about these two frames. Sadly, the EPS is no longer in production, but dealers do still have models in stock. If we look at both models in turn, the structural engineering is very different. Obviously if you are reading this, then you will be familiar with the tube and lug differences between both models.

The only thing which remains the same are the forks which are amazing. Rock solid and inspire confidence, especially on a very fast decent! The C59 tubes are more of a clover leaf in design which is achieved by using a Mandrel. This external rib effect most certainly offers more rigidity and stiffness. At the rear end, again some big differences. You certainly notice the stiffness at the rear end of the C59, especially when you give the frame some beans. So, how does this all tally up on the road.

Bicycle Touring Experiences from Italy

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A lovely Colnago Super dating from late s likely ’78/’79 with a Campagnolo Nuovo/Super Record mix of components. As with Freddy Maertens Super of similar era the front and rear mechs were Nuovo Record and the rest Super. see more. Colnago Master Team Rabobank.

Lynskey is one of the oldest hands in the titanium game, but the R DIsc is a modern take on the titanium frame. For some titanium fans that might seem sacrilegious, but as a number of stainless steel bikes have shown, painting expensive metals can enhance the beauty of a frame — such as the Condor Super Acciaio. For Lynskey, this approach is something the company is trialling this year.

As well as the bike pictured, bare metal, satin finish or mirror polished R s are also available. As with an aluminium frame, or steel for that matter, the titanium used in a bike frame is actually an alloy. I saw one mess up once and blast the ingot through the wall and out into the parking lot, where it smashed through a car roof. The head tube on this 55cm effective top tube bike is a hair over 13cm, making for a large saddle-to-bar drop.

But if you like your bikes sharp, responsive and aggressive, you might just have found your perfect match. For a titanium bike — a material associated with a plush ride quality — the R is remarkably stiff. The frame feels small beneath you and is supremely manoeuvrable.

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